Court findings have revealed that former NFL lineman Michael Oher was compensated for his life story, despite his prior claims
The writer of the biography of Michael Oher says he can’t believe the ex football star is pursuing legal action against the Tuohy family
During a recent book signing, Michael Oher steered clear of talk about his current legal battle with his former family, The Tuohys
Auburn’s football coach Hugh Freeze is very, very familiar with former NFL vet Michael Oher and his ‘family’, the Tuohys, so when he finally spoke out on the recent controversy regarding the lawsuit, the blackmail allegations, and all the other ‘he said, she said’ involved, obviously people were going to pay attention.
The celebrated story of Michael Oher, former NFL athlete and the subject of the best-selling book “The Blind Side” by Michael Lewis, has taken an insane turn over the past week. Oher has filed a lawsuit against the Tuohy family, claiming they never officially adopted him and accusing them of financial misdeeds related to movie profits. Meanwhile, the author Lewis has defended the Tuohys and pointed fingers at Hollywood’s accounting system.
I didn’t have “Michael Oher attempting to shake down the family who gave him an amazing life which propelled him to sports stardom” on my 2023 bingo card this year, but then again I don’t think anybody could have ever thought that the beloved family and their wayward football savant that inspired the film “The Blind Side” could have ever been soured in such a terrible way.
The ongoing saga of the Michael Oher and Tuohy family scandal continues as new allegations of blackmail have come into the mix.
Former NFL running back Alex Collins tragically died Monday after being involved in a fatal motorcycle accident.
Michael Oher, the retired NFL star depicted in the 2009 film “The Blind Side,” filed a petition Monday in Shelby County probate court challenging the portrayal of his adoption by the Tuohy family.
After watching the indie sensation Sound of Freedom in theaters, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was left searching for the right words to convey the impact of this anti-human trafficking film.